Phylogenetic analysis software
'fastDNAml' estimates maximum likelihood phylogenetic trees from nucleotide sequences. It is derived from Joseph Felsenstein's version 3.3 DNAML (part of his PHYLIP package). 'fastDNAml' tries to solve the same problem as DNAML, but to do so faster and using less memory, so that larger trees and/or more bootstrap replicates become tractable. Much of fastDNAml is merely a recoding of the PHYLIP 3.3 DNAML program from PASCAL to C.
released on 9 February 2009
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||31 January 2001|
Leaders and contributors
|Gary J. Olsen||Maintainer|
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